Below you'll find a few activities shown on the Free Fall Bucket List Printable. Let's dive in and take a look …
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
If there’s one thing that screams fall, it’s pumpkins. . Whether you're looking for the perfect pumpkin for carving or just want to take in the sights and sounds of autumn, visiting a pumpkin patch is always a good idea. From small family farms to large annual festivals, pumpkin patches are a quintessential fall activity. Once you've found the perfect pumpkin (or two), don't forget to check out all of the other fun activities that many patches offer, like hayrides and corn mazes!
Bake a Pie
Make a homemade pie. One of the best things about fall is all of the yummy seasonal treats, and an apple or pumpkin pie is definitely at the top of the list of yummy treats. If you're feeling ambitious, you can even try your hand at making your own crust from scratch.
Visit a Corn Maze
Getting lost in a corn maze is a fall experience that everyone should try at least once! See if you can find a corn maze near you that also offers other fun activities like zip lines and pumpkin painting.
If you’re like us and love football, the fall is the perfect time to see a live football game. You can tailgate with family and friends before the game. You can always enjoy watching a football game on television too.
Burn Fall-Scented Candles
If you’re the type of person who likes to turn on the fall-scented candles as soon as the leaves start to change, visit your local store during the time of year. The shelves are full of a variety of fall-scented candles. You can also try making your own candles too!
Eat Caramel Apples
Fall is the perfect time to eat caramel apples because apples are in season during this time of year. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also super easy to make. Simply dip an apple in caramel and put it on a stick. You can add nuts, sprinkles, chocolate, or any other toppings you like. This is a great activity to do with kids, and it’s a fun way to get them in the fall spirit!
Go On a Fall Picnic
Fill your picnic basket with your favorite picnic foods, grab a blanket, and visit a park of your choice. It's a great time to enjoy the fall weather with family and friends.
Go On a Hayride
If you really want to embrace the fall, there's nothing like cozying up on a hayride as you take in the sights and smells of autumn. Check your local farm stands or pumpkin patches for hayrides open to the public.
Read a Book
If you’re a bookworm, this one is for you! Reading is good for you in so many ways, and there’s no better time to do it than during the fall. There are tons of great books out there with fall-themed themes, so try reading one or two!
Make a Bonfire
Invite family and friends over for a bonfire. You can build a bonfire anywhere that has a fire pit. It will be a great time to make s'mores too!
Eat Yummy Candy Corn
Candy corn is a fall tradition, and it tastes amazing! At least I think so. 🙂 You can eat it by the handfuls, add on ice cream, or use it to decorate delicious fall-themed desserts.
Whatever activities you choose to do this fall, just remember that it's not about crossing everything off this list. It's about spending time with family and friends and creating lasting memories. So slow down, take it all in, and have fun!
Don't forget, you can download the Free Fall Bucket List Printable so you can keep track of everything you do. Click on the image below, and a PDF will immediately appear. Send to your printer, and Enjoy!
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